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Australian firm Calima Energy eyes Montney drilling start in 2018

Company has permission to build, maintain and operate an oil and gas road to open up the 72,000 acres where it has drilling rights

Geoscience BC releases data on Northern B.C. mining potential

Explorers, governments, and First Nations have new data on mineral deposits in a 9,600 square kilometre swath of land in a remote corner of the Peace River Regional District. Geoscience BC released...

B.C.’s first oil and gas land sale of 2018 nets $12.9 million

Industry purchased a total of 39,005 hectares at an average price of $328.25 for the month

B.C., Alberta lead 2017 land sale resurgence

Oil and gas land sale spending in B.C. and Alberta hit $793.93 million last year

Trudeau’s B.C. tanker ban does not have our consent, say First Nations oil export backers

The leaders of a First Nations-backed oil pipeline and tanker export proposal off the B.C. coast are speaking out against legislation introduced last week by the federal government to implement an...

B.C. government gives environmental approval for $1.7b North Montney Mainline

The provincial government has granted environmental assessment approval to plans to build a new 301 km natural gas pipeline in the Peace Region. Environment Minister Mary Polak and Natural Gas...

Pembina’s northeast B.C. expansion receives regulatory approval

Construction has been initiated on Pembina Pipeline’s $235 million project

AltaGas to start construction on new Ridley Island propane export terminal this year

AltaGas has announced a positive final investment decision for its Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal, a $500 million facility that would export 1.2 million tonnes of propane a year to Japan and...

Salteau First Nations, B.C. government ink multi-million dollar Coastal GasLink deal

The government of British Columbia and the Salteau First Nations have reached a new agreement on the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline project to help ensure that the Saulteau community can...